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Dr. Michael Muhonen discusses the symptoms and minimally invasive treatments of hydrocephalus, which is fluid buildup on the brain.
Dr. Michael Muhonen discusses Moyamoya disease and the innovative ways that CHOC is treating this condition in order to prevent stroke in children.
Dr. William Loudon explains a minimally invasive surgery used to treat mild craniosynostosis in children as well as treatment for complex craniosynostosis.
Dr. William Loudon discusses the symptoms of brain tumors in children and the innovative and minimally invasive ways CHOC is treating them.
Ranked by U.S. News and World Report, CHOC's neurology and neurosurgery specialists treat children with conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system.
The CHOC Neurofibromatosis Program has existed for more than 30 years and offers specialists in every area needed to treat this condition.
U.S. News ranks CHOC among nation's best children's hospitals for patient safety and quality care.
The Hyundai Cancer Institute staff works with patients and families to make sure that they never feel alone or confused while undergoing treatment.
CHOC offers one of the few programs in the nation that treats children with Batten disease, also known as, neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses (NCL).
Whether you’re a nurse with 30 years of experience or a recent graduate looking for growth opportunities, CHOC offers something for everyone.
The CHOC Surgical NICU is the only one of its kind on the West Coast and is using the newest standards and procedures for babies who need surgery.
If your baby has been diagnosed with a condition, we provide expert counseling on what to expect and the treatment your baby will receive after birth.
CHOC Children’s has been ranked as one of the nation’s best children’s hospitals in U.S. News & World Report’s 2014-15 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings.
CHOC Children’s is one of only 50 pediatric facilities in the nation to earn recognition as a best children’s hospital by U.S. News & World Report.
CHOC Children’s Hospital has been verified by the American College of Surgeons as a Level II pediatric trauma center. This achievement recognizes CHOC’s commitment to providing the highest quality trauma care to injured patients.
CHOC Mission's and Mission Hospital's trauma center is first in south Orange County to be verified as a Level II center for adults and pediatrics.
CHOC Children's ranked in seven subspecialties by U.S. News & World Report
CHOC Children’s has been named one of the nation’s best children’s hospitals by U.S. News & World Report based on, among many factors, patient outcomes.
CHOC Children’s is one of a select group of pediatric facilities nationwide to have been ranked today as a best children’s hospital by U.S. News & World Report.
CHOC has been named one of the nation's best children's hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.
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A new HealthDay/Harris Poll finds that vast majorities of Americans say football teams need to do more to protect their players from head injuries.
CHOC's level 4 epilepsy program features pediatric epileptologists who are more qualified to treat seizures in kids than anyone else in Orange County.
Chiari malformations occur when the cerebellum is pushed through an opening into the spinal canal. CHOC neurosurgeons perform dozens of Chiari decompressions each year.
Moyamoya is a rare brain disease caused by a blockage in the artery supplying blood to the brain. Our neurosurgery team has decades of experience treating Moyamoya.